The end of the '90s saw a slew of splatter and satirical comedies for high schoolers. Where did they come from — and where did they go?
It's time to ask whether we can separate "The Bachelor" from the man and the misogynistic culture that created it.
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Taffy Brodesser-Akner's debut novel is a divorce novel wrapped around a mystery: What are women really up to?
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The much-anticipated new Randall Park-Ali Wong film transports us to the heyday of the American rom-com — with a few refreshing changes.
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Despite all the comparisons the tripped-out dramedy from Natasha Lyonne and Amy Poehler inevitably evokes, it’s like nothing we’ve ever seen before.
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"Tidying Up With Marie Kondo" bears little resemblance to the divisive, book-hating show described on social media.
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To all the rom-com boys we’ve loved before.
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Women and queer people have been successfully figuring out how to write lingerie-meltingly hot erotica for years, and it’s hiding in plain sight.
08/12/2018 4:28 AM IST
Anger, like laughter, really can bring men together at women’s expense.
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Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger, by Rebecca Traister (Simon & Schuster) American women are full of
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The twisted allure of embodying perfectly self-abnegating femininity.
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But is this … bad? Should we resist the urge to distance ourselves from the fandom surrounding a detestable creator, to declare
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Have you always hated Quentin Tarantino movies? Me, too.
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“Welcome! Everything is fine.” So reads a large sign that faces Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) in the opening scene of
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Quelling someone else’s temper tantrums isn’t something most of us have to worry about until we actually have small children
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The #MeToo backlash ― much predicted, fitfully rehearsed ― arrived in earnest this week, disguised as feminism. The pretext
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Feb. 6 “Heart Berries,” Terese Marie Mailhot (Counterpoint) “Heart Berries” is praised in press copy as a “poetic memoir
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We’ve developed a pretty clear idea, by the Year of Our Lord 2017, of what should go viral on social media. Body-positive
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This is how the patriarchy dies, not with a whimper but with a cataclysmic bang. One day, women wake up with a new power
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If you see it in the dictionary, it’s so: This deferential trust seems to be the general attitude toward dictionaries, whether
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